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Surf Holidays in Norway

Due to only recent advancements in wetsuits and surf kit technology, this coastline has remained relatively un explored. Today there is a buzzing community of cold water surfers. With out the usual shops and infrastructure found in surf destinations in Europe, the surf spots remain bare and exposed. Arctic swells unsure year-round waves, although December and January are almost unsurfable due to a lack of day-light hours. 

The exposed coastline faces north-west and south-east ensuring predominantly offshore winds, but with such a varied coastline it can accommodate multiple options. The biggest, most exciting swells come in the Autumn and Winter months - the ideal adventure for an experienced surfer. The summer months are more beginner friendly. A local surf camp is definitely the best place to stay, with a local surf guide under the same roof.

Surf Resorts in Norway

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A traditional surf camp, based just a few minutes from the surf in Hoddevik Norway

Stadt Surf Camp

  • Location: Hoddevik, Norway
  • Type: Surf Camp

A traditional surf camp, based just a few minutes from the surf in Hoddevik Norway

Packages from £368 to £460

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